Sunday, December 16, 2007

Vote For The Hottest News Babe in Boston

Lets take a look at the nation's fifth largest media market in Boston. There are plenty of really beautiful women anchoring and reporting news in Boston so I filled up the survey box. I took some of the candidates from but also added some more candidates that I felt were worthy. I added Joyce Kulhawik because I used to love watching her on the show "Hot Ticket" and her cameos with Roger Ebert. I know she's probably old enough to be a grandma, but I still think she's really hot, especially for her age. Anyways if you don't see your favorite hottie Boston news babe, feel free to email me at so I can add it.

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The candidates are:

Sara Underwood (WBZ4)
Sara Underwood, an award-winning journalist, anchors WBZ-TV News at 5:30p.m. with co-anchor Jonathan Elias. She also anchors the "TV38 News at 9" with co-anchor Scott Wahle on sister-station TV38. Underwood joined WBZ-TV in March 2000.

Prior to joining WBZ-TV Underwood worked at the Fox affiliate WTTG-TV in Washington D.C. where she was a general assignment reporter and fill-in anchor. Before joining WTTG-TV, Underwood was the morning anchor and reporter for WDTN-TV, the ABC affiliate in Dayton, Ohio, and was the evening anchor for KIEM-TV, the NBC affiliate in Eureka, California.

Throughout her broadcasting career Underwood has been honored with several awards including an Emmy Award in 1999 for Spot News Coverage. In 1998 Underwood received an Edward R. Murrow Award for Valuable Contributor for Overall Excellence, Best Newscast and Best Continuing Coverage. She also received an Honorable Mention from the Associated Press for Best Enterprise Reporting for "D.U.I. Trouble", an in-depth look at repeat drunk drivers that same year.

In addition to her work on the air, Underwood is an active supporter of the American Liver Foundation and the American Cancer Society's Making Strides Against Breast Cancer campaign. Underwood has completed two marathons, including the 2001 Boston Marathon, which she ran for the American Liver Foundation.

Born and raised in California, Underwood received a bachelor of arts in Sociology from UCLA. She also spent one year in Paris studying French at La Sorbonne. She currently resides in the Greater Boston area with her husband and daughter.

Boston's WBZ-TV is owned and operated by CBS Television Stations, a division of CBS Corporation.

Maria Stephanos (WFXT)
Maria Stephanos has been with FOX25 since 1997. She began as a general assignment reporter and later added fill-in anchor duties to her workload. Maria was named anchor, FOX25 News at Ten in 2002.
Maria's versatility as a reporter has lead to numerous high-profile assignments. She’s covered state and national elections, Democratic and Republican conventions and a variety of breaking news stories. Maria provided extensive coverage of the JFK Jr. tragedy and the aftermath of the September 11 attacks.

Maria is known for questioning bureaucratic practices and hard-hitting interviews with top political leaders. After Maria revealed some summer camps in Massachusetts were operating without licenses, state officials changed the way they inspect summer camps.
Maria came to FOX 25 from WJAR-TV in Providence, RI where she covered spot news. Her career also includes reporting for WCBS radio, WABC radio, NPR radio and WNBC radio. Maria received an Associated Press award in 2000 for her feature reporting and has garnered numerous Emmy nominations. Born and raised in Groveland, Massachusetts, her deep ties to the Boston area have proved valuable in covering local issues and major New England news. She holds a master’s degree in mass communication from Emerson College. Maria is married to political cartoonist Dale Stephanos, and they have two children.

Bianca De La Garza (WCVB)
Bianca De La Garza is a popular television newscaster currently doing freelance reporting with WCVB-TV. She formerly worked at WFXT-TV in Boston, Massachusetts.

De la Garza was promoted to weekend anchor of FOX25 News at Ten in October of 2002. During the week, she was a general assignment reporter for FOX25 News. De La Garza had been a member of the FOX25 News team since September of 2001. As a versatile and talented 'working anchor,' her day was varied, including working a feature story from the newsroom, covering breaking news, fronting a live shot at 5pm, writing a news story for the 10pm, and fill-in anchor duties at 10pm.

De La Garza came to Boston from KGTV in San Diego, where she worked for two years as a field correspondent. Prior to that, she worked as a reporter at WTEN in Albany, New York.

Bianca arrived in Boston just prior to the events of September 11th. A graduate of Emerson College, she joined the FOX25 News team in covering the local impact of the tragedies.

Prior to leaving WFXT-TV, De La Garza was the weekend anchor and news reporter. She recently has done a series of home improvement segments that show the viewer how to remodel a house on a small budget. Many of the projects turned out to be quite comical as they have provided more than just a few embarrassing moments for De La Garza.

Originally from Medford, Massachusetts, she is currently married to former WFXT anchor David Wade. Despite going to the same college, the two did not meet until they were working for competing affiliates in Albany (Wade was part of the original launch staff of WXXA-TV). The couple now lives just north of Boston, Massachusetts with their 2 year old daughter.

Sorboni Banerjee (WHDH)
Sorboni Banerjee is a 7NEWS General Assignment Reporter. She joined 7NEWS in February 2006. Sorboni came to 7NEWS from ABC6 in Rhode Island where she was a morning anchor. Prior to reporting for her home state of Rhode Island, Sorboni was an anchor, general assignment and political reporter for NBC25 in Hagerstown, Md.

Sorboni is no stranger to Boston. She's a former WHDH intern. She graduated summa cum laude from Boston University's College of Communication, where she studied broadcast journalism and international relations and was honored to be the university's student commencement speaker. Sorboni also reported from the nation's capital as a correspondent for the NH Keene Sentinel and interned for BELO's Capital News Bureau, covering Sept. 11, the anthrax attacks and crash of American Airlines flight 587 over Rockaway, N.Y.

Sorboni is happy to be living in Boston once again. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends, travelling, especially to India to visit her relatives, writing, painting, and relaxing at the beach.

Frances Rivera (WHDH)
Frances Rivera is an anchor of 7NEWS evening newscasts (M-F, 5 p.m., 6 p.m., and 11 p.m.) with co-anchor Randy Price. She is also an anchor of 7NEWS at 10 p.m. on CW56 with co-anchor Matt Lorch.

Frances joined 7NEWS in October 2001 from KWTV (CBS), in Oklahoma City, and she recently won a prestigious Emmy Award from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences New England chapter. Before that, she was with KFDX (NBC), in Wichita Falls, Texas. She also spent four years in New York City working behind the scenes at CBS News on the "This Morning" show. In addition, she spent a year with the network's political unit on the campaign trail, following the major events for CBS's national coverage of the 1996 presidential election. During that time, she was a freelance co-host and reporter for the nationally syndicated PBS program "Asian America."

Frances grew up oldest sister to two younger brothers, in Dallas, Texas. However, she is glad to be back home in the Northeast, close to family in New York and New Jersey.

Frances credits her Filipino heritage as the source of her adventurous spirit and dedication to community. Frances attended college abroad where she received her bachelors degree in journalism from the University of the Philippines.

Frances is a newlywed, and she and her husband, Stuart, reside in the Boston area.

Cindy Fitzgibbon (WFXT)
Cindy Fitzgibbon is the FOX25 Morning News meteorologist. She joined FOX25 news as weekend meteorologist in February 2002. A native New Englander, Cindy loves forecasting the weather where she grew up.

One on One with Cindy Fitzgibbon

How did you get started in TV news? I got my start in Bismarck North Dakota -- a long, long way from home! I decided on a career in meteorology in the 6th grade although not TV, because I was too shy. I did not decide to go the TV route until high school.

Best advice given to me: For a career in TV: ‘Be yourself!’ For a career in meteorology:

'You are only as good as your last forecast.’ Very humbling when the forecast is (as it can be occasionally) a bust!

Most embarrassing moment on TV: There have been so many on the morning show. I would have to say having old college video of me trying to do the weather back in the day (big, bad hair and purple tights!) appeared on our show much to my surprise. People still comment about that!

My free time is spent: I spend most of my free time with 'my boys.' I also enjoy home improvement projects and gardening when I have the time. There is something about digging in the dirt that I find therapeutic.

Favorite food: Love my mother's apple pie and my mother in-law’s eggplant parmesan. Since I'm Armenian I've known how to make a rice pilaf since I was about 6 years old. My husband loves it!

Favorite vacation place: Our best vacation was in Maui a few years ago before we had children -- so beautiful. I would love to go back someday with the kids when they are older.

Worst vacation experience: Returning from Cancun, Mexico with several (glass) bottles of vanilla as gifts the plane actually managed to somehow run over my suitcase! Needless to say, the bottles were shattered. My suitcase and EVERYTHING in it was ruined. I had to buy a whole new summer wardrobe.

Mish Michaels (WBZ4)
Mish Michaels joined the WBZ-TV Weather Team in September 2001, contributing to the station's weather coverage in new Emmy Award winning weather programming featuring two prime-time specials each year. Her weather coverage has taken viewers on a tornado chase in Oklahoma, on a flight into Hurricane Isabel and to the top of Mount Washington in mid-winter.

Before joining the WBZ-TV Weather Team, Michaels worked for The Weather Channel (TWC) as co-host of Atmospheres, a prime-time weather magazine show. Prior to that, she worked as weekend meteorologist for WHDH (NBC) in Boston from 1992-2000. During that time, she was twice named "Boston's Best Meteorologist" by the Improper Bostonian magazine and nominated for a New England Emmy on three occasions (1996,1998,2000). Before joining WHDH, she worked as weekend meteorologist/environmental reporter for WMUR-TV 9 in Manchester, New Hampshire.

Born in Calcutta, India with the given name Anuradha meaning "one who does good for others," Michaels is actively involved with numerous charitable organizations. She serves on the Advisory Board for the Big Sister Association of Boston and volunteered her time as a Big Sister from 1992 to 2001. She is also a Member of the Corporation at the Germaine Lawrence School for adolescent girls in crisis, and heads a yearly fundraiser for The Pine Street Inn.

Paula Ebben (WBZ4)
Award winning journalist Paula Ebben anchors WBZ-TV News in the Morning from 5-7AM as well as WBZ-TV News at Noon (12N-12:30PM) with co-anchor David Wade. She joined the station in December 2002 after working as an anchor and reporter for New England Cable News in Newton, Massachusetts.

A native of Massachusetts, Ebben also worked as a reporter for WGMC-TV in Worcester. She graduated from Boston College with a bachelor of arts degree in English. During her studies abroad in London, she interned for a Member of Parliament in the House of Commons.

In 2005 Ebben received a regional RTNDA Edward R. Murrow Award for Best Feature Reporting on a piece entitled "American Dream," which featured a Polish immigrant who moved to the United States at the age of 14 without speaking English. She graduated as the Valedictorian of her class and received a full scholarship to Yale University after only four years in America and in the Worcester Public Schools.

Ebben serves on the Board of Trustees of Notre Dame Academy in Worcester. She also serves on the Advisory Board for REACH Beyond Domestic Violence and does volunteer work for the Lupus Foundation of New England and the Women's Alumni Mentoring Program at Boston College. Currently, Ebben and her husband reside in the Greater Boston area with their four children.

Tina Cervasio (NESN)
Tina Cervasio is a U.S. television and radio sportscaster, best known for her work as the Boston Red Sox sideline reporter on NESN telecasts.

Originally from Nutley, New Jersey, Cervasio graduated from the University of Maryland in 1996 with a B.A. degree in journalism. On her website she says her lifelong interest in sportscasting dates to a trip her family made to the Rose Bowl game when she was eleven years old. At the University of Maryland she worked at the campus radio station WMUC and anchored a sports program Terrapin Time Out on the university's television station.

Cervasio worked at a variety of assignments after graduation. She was a reporter or host on NFL Sunday Ticket, Animal Planet, ESPN2, FSN New York, Sunshine Network, and The New Jersey Fishing Show on CN8. Her radio experience included updates on WFAN in New York, sideline reporting for the NFL on Sports USA Radio, and substitute sports anchoring on the Imus in the Morning program on MSNBC and WFAN.

Cervasio regards her reporting on the 2006 Winter Olympics for Westwood One radio as a highlight of her career. Before she began working for NESN in 2006, she was the weekend morning sports anchor for WCBS-TV. At NESN she does pre and post-game interviews and reports on the Red Sox as well as in-game sideline reporting. In addition to her sports reporting, she has done radio voiceover work. She is married to Kevin McKearney and splits time between her home state of New Jersey and Boston.

Joyce Kulhawik (WBZ4)
Joyce Kulhawik is the arts and entertainment anchor for WBZ-TV News in Boston. She began reporting for the station in 1981.

Kulhawik was co-host of the weekly nationally syndicated movie review program, Hot Ticket, with veteran movie critic Leonard Maltin and during the first season, E! reporter Todd Newton. During the 1999–2000 television season, she was a continuing co-host on Roger Ebert & The Movies.

Kulhawik joined WBZ-TV in 1978 as an associate producer and tipster for Evening Magazine. In 1981 she became the station's arts and entertainment reporter and played a key role in the public service campaign, “You Gotta Have Arts!” As part of the campaign, Kulhawik hosted the station's Emmy Award-winning “You Gotta Have Arts!” magazine program during its one year run, as well as three specials, the first of which received an Emmy Award in 1982.

She also presented Arts Breaks, 60-second spots featuring local artists, museums, and cultural events. From 1982 through 1985 Kulhawik served as co-anchor of the station's Live on 4 newscast.

Kulhawik received her bachelor of arts degree in English and Secondary Education from Simmons College in 1974. One of the top two graduating seniors at Simmons, Kulhawik received the Crown Zellerbach Award and a full fellowship from the University of Vermont, where she received a double master's degree in English/Education in 1977. She taught English at Brookline High School from 1976 through 1978, and at the Boston Architectural Center from 1977 through 1979.

A three-time ovarian cancer survivor, Kulhawik was called upon to testify before Congress on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of The National Cancer Act. Since 1983 she has served as the Honorary Chairperson for the American Cancer Society (ACS)'s Daffodil Days, the largest state-wide annual spring fundraising event.

The ACS Society honored Kulhawik with its National Bronze Medal Award. Kulhawik accepted the 1994 Gilda Radner Award from the Wellness Community in Greater Boston "for engendering inspiration in cancer patients via her own valiant fight with the disease."

Kulhawik is a member of the Boston Society of Film Critics and serves on the selection committee for The Boston Theater Awards. In 1994 the Berklee College of Music honored Kulhawik for her many contributions to the Boston arts community by establishing a $25,000 newly endowed scholarship in her name, in perpetuity. In 1995 the Lyric Stage Company honored Kulhawik with their Arts Support Award.

In 1990 she was the recipient of The Boston Theatre District Award, which is presented annually to a Bostonian who has made a significant contribution to the stage, screen, and/or television.

In May 2002, Kulhawik received an Honorary Doctorate in Communications from her alma mater, Simmons College. She also received a 2001 Boston/New England Emmy Award for WBZ-TV's Outstanding Team Coverage of Ground Zero.

In May 2007, she was named named one of the first inductees to the Massachusetts Broadcasters Hall of Fame.

Kulhawik plays the piano and has sung professionally. She was the soloist and organist for seven years at her parish church in her home state of Connecticut. She resides with her husband and daughter in the Greater Boston area. As a quick tidbit, as an early 2007 WBZ ident tells, she can yodel.

*All biographies from their respective employer websites.


Anonymous said...

I don't understand...Joyce Kuhlhawick?? WTF?? Who thinks she's hot?? And where's Ann Allred & Dylan Dreyer?? And what about that terrible picture of Bianca De La Garza-? If you go to you'll find some better pictures of Bianca, and then she'll be getting the respect she deserves. Bianca is a total uber-babe. But really...a list of Boston hot news babes with no Ann Allred and no Dylan Dreyer is just absolutely asinine. They're both on WHDH (channel 7)in the morning...check 'em out. When you do, you'll be making some adjustments to this list...I guarantee it.

Anonymous said...

Where is Sarah Underwood ? Did she get pushed out because her blondie counterpart didn't like her ? I see Kate Merrill covers now but ...
Where is Sarah ? She IS HOT.

Anonymous said...

I love Sorboni Banerjee. She is so cute! I'd like to see her naked on my bed and then make her cum with my tongue!

Anonymous said...

Sorboni Banerjee is hot! I would love to have her sit her ass on my face so I could lick her sweet pussy and her asshole while she is sucking my cock until I cum on her cute face!!

Anonymous said...

a list of Boston hot news babes with no Ann Allred and no Dylan Dreyer is just absolutely asinine. They're both on WHDH (channel 7)in the morning...check 'em out.


Anonymous said...

Not a quite one in the bunch. Probably all lezbos

Anonymous said...

I cant believe you folks let some of the stuff written by this Anonymous says !!! I only agree with one thing he/she said. Where is Dylan Dreyer? She is by far the cuteist news/weather person.

Anonymous said...

the hottest ever is underwear i mean underwood i would do her with diaherra

Anonymous said...

get real kulhawik might be a 2am bj and thats only a maybe

Anonymous said...

Wizard Cat would love to take both Bianca and Maria to bed at the same time, but Maria would have to bring those high-heeled boots to bed with her. We'd have a great time, the three of us, exploring each others bodies. Wizard Cat would give that experience five stars.

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